Sinking Down by Eric Garrison

Sinking Down by Eric GarrisonBrett and Liz go in search of an elusive chupacabra, but what they find is even more bizarre: a young girl. Brett begins to have weird dreams. Then Jimbo calls them concerned about Frannie. As the pieces begin to stack up the crew must once again scramble to find the linking factor so they can save the girl, Frannie, and Brett, before it is too late.

Sinking Down is a great follow-up to Four ’til Late, this story includes the main characters from the first book while introducing new ones. Mr. Garrison has once again outdone himself with this story. The locations are real and vivid, the characters genuine. The locales are described well enough to make me feel as if I were actually there–but not too much.

If you liked Four ’til Late you will love Sinking Down, as well. It embodies the same spine- tingling, creepy crawlies but without being rote or predictable. I am excited to see where this series goes.

Book Stats:

  • Paperback: 244 pages
  • Publisher: Seventh Star Press, LLC (January 1, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1937929418
  • ISBN-13: 978-1937929411

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Books in the Road Ghosts trilogy in the order they should be read:
Four ’til Late
Sinking Down

Brett and Liz go in search of an elusive chupacabra, but what they find is even more bizarre: a young girl. Brett begins to have weird dreams. Then Jimbo calls them concerned about Frannie. As the pieces begin to stack up the crew must once again scramble to find the linking factor so they can …

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Summary : If you liked Four ’til Late you will love Sinking Down, as well. It embodies the same spine- tingling, creepy crawlies but without being rote or predictable.

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4 comments

  1. I love discovering awesome new series and have gotta admit, this cover drew me in right off the bat and had me checking out as many reviews as I could.

  2. It sounds really intriguing! I wonder if you have to know the chupacabra legend well to enjoy it?

  3. It’s the combination of unpredictable and real-world feel that’s really got me hooked.

  4. I think it sounds awesome. It has my best friend’s name in it, so I know I will picture him as the character in the book :)